This year is rapidly coming to the end (where has it gone?!)… anyway, it’s a time to start thinking about what you want to achieve next year! A big question people start to think about is how much money they’d like to make. Some people love this question, while most people hate it.
Have you ever been in a situation where someone’s asked you how much money you want to make and you feel a little panic inside yourself and feel like you’re just plucking figures out the air? Or do you ever feel like you don’t want to set financial goals, because you’ve set them in the past and not reached them, so you think it’s pointless?
Well, in this week’s episode money expert Sophie Bennett, the author of Money Bondage, shares her top tips of having an amazing year financially in 2014 and a brilliant exercises for you to try. Have a watch below or listen to the podcast on the go.
She also recommends some incredible books on money and shares her amazing story of how she went from £60,000 in debt to making over £1 million in 2007 (wow).
I hope you enjoy it and find it useful.
I would love to hear what you think about this – do you avoid setting financial goals? Do you feel like you just pluck random figures out of the air? Or do you set financial goals and reach them? Share what’s worked for you and what hasn’t in the comments below.